Plenty of warmth without the weight or the bulk.
Do all your wintertime around-the-house chores, head out for an afternoon of snowshoeing, and finish the day off with a stroll downtown, all without taking off the Canada Goose Hybridge Lite Men's Vest. The water-resistant Feather-Lite 10D nylon is incredibly lightweight but surprisingly durable to keep the ultra-efficient 800-fill white Hutterite goose down in place, and the stretchy Lycra armholes and Tensile-Tech side inserts help you move like quicksilver from the backyard to the back bowls of Aspen. A soft tricot-lined collar protects your chin, reflective taping helps you stay visible at night, and the zippered hand pockets and stretch mesh stash keep your fingers warm and your gear safe. And, when it's time to head to warmer climes, stuff the vest into its own pocket for easy packing.
- Water-resistant Feather-Light 10D nylon
- 800-fill white Hutterite goose down
- Stretchy Lycra armholes and Tensile-Tech inserts at the sides and underarms
- Brushed-tricot-lined collar
- Reflective tape on back collar
- Packs into left hand pocket
- Zippered hand pockets and internal stretch mesh pocket
- Insulated windguard under front zipper
- Item #CDG000J
- Q & A
Curious about warmth. Is higher down count warmer or opposite ? Seems obvious but thought I would double check
The number associated with down fill is related to the quality of the down. If a jacket has a lower down fill, the quality is lower. If it has a high down fill, the quality is higher. So the difference between a jacket with 550 fill power down and a jacketwith 700 fill power down is that the 700 fill power down jacket will be lighter for the same warmth rating
If you want to find out the warmth of the jacket, you would need to know the fill of the jacket. The more fill, the warmer the jacket